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Phyllis Diller has died


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R.I.P. I'll always remember her for her special guest appearances on Scooby Doo and various comedy specials throughout the '80s. And that laugh! Some of the best plastic surgery of any celebrity.

I hope Susan and Robin tweet about it. :)

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